The National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) issued a complaint against two Hyatt hotels in San Francisco for instituting the E-Verify program without first bargaining with the hotel employee union. The complaint requests that the board order the hotels to withdraw their participation in E-Verify from the Department of Homeland Security and that the hotels pay wages for time lost while the employee was challenging a tentative nonconfirmation. A hearing is set for October 13 in front of an NLRB administrative law judge.
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Complaint issued against Hyatt for E-Verify registration without union bargaining
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